If you have a Samsung phone with reverse wireless charging support, here are the steps to enable it on your phone.
Samsung high-end phones of recent years launched in some countries have reverse wireless charging. As you already know, this type of charging allows you to use your device to charge another compatible device, simply by placing your device on top of the other. A great way to help a friend or family member in need of some battery.
If you have a high-end Samsung Galaxy, such as the Galaxy S20 or Note 20, there’s likely to be a time when you’ll want to use this reverse wireless charging to help someone out. Although to use it you’ll need to activate it first.
How to enable reverse wireless charging on your Samsung phone?
Reverse wireless charging is a feature that can come in handy for those users with a Samsung smartphone. You will be able to share some battery with another device, either yours or someone else’s, that supports this type of wireless charging. This will prevent that person from running out of battery.
To be able to use this method on our Galaxy phone, we must first proceed to its activation, with a somewhat hidden section. The steps we have to follow to activate this feature are:
- Open the phone settings.
- Go to the Maintenance and Battery section.
- Click on Battery.
- Go to Wireless Charge Sharing.
- Activate the switch at the top.
- Share battery with another device.
Once you have done these steps, you will be able to use your Samsung phone to charge another device. On the page where we have activated this type of charging we are told how we must place the device so that it will be able to charge the other, so we simply have to follow those steps.
It is important to note that this type of charging allows us to set a battery limit that we will share. In this case, the default limit is 30%, but you can change it if you want. You just have to click on this percentage and then select what you want to be the new limit.